Norian Corp.

Norian Corp.

Norian Corp.

Date Founded



1230 Wilson Drive,West Chester, PA 19380

Type of Company



Aerospace & Defense
Medical Products & Equipment
Hospitals & Patient Services

Company Description

Norian Corp. manufactures equipment for broken bone treatment. It develops, manufactures & markets Skeletal Repair System, a proprietary bone fixation and replacement material designed for use in regions of compromised cancellous bone such as the wrist, hip, knee & spine. The company was founded by Brent R. Constantz in 1987 and is headquartered in West Chester, PA.

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Norwest Venture Partners (NVP) invest in companies located in the U.S, India, and Israel . The firm focuses on cloud & IT, internet & consumer, services, healthcare, technology, information services, business services, financial services and consumer product. They provide financing for seed to late stage transactions. Their investment size ranges from $10 to $15 million, whereas growth equity investment size ranges from $10 to $100million.The firm often the lead investor and acquires minority & controlling interests and also considers co-investments. In some cases, they are the sole venture investor, or they may join with other venture capital firms, corporate partners and founding investors.

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TVI invests in companies located in the US. They provide financing for early stage capital requirements.

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